Do you want a perfect basement foundation for your new home? Not sure where to start? Look no further, because we now build precast concrete basement walls and oversee the installation.
One of the biggest advantages when choosing a Ready-To-Move (RTM) home is the TIME YOU CAN SAVE. Did You Know? Your new RTM home and the foundation it sits on can be installed in just a couple of days? An average RTM build can be
Superior Walls promises each precast concrete foundation wall meets or exceeds 5000 pounds per square inch (PSI) in strength. To make sure we adhere to this strict promise, we evaluate each batch of concrete delivered to our plant located in Beausejour, Manitoba. Our evaluation methods
People often ask: “How are your basement walls joined and sealed together?” Our precast concrete foundation walls are bolted together (top and the bottom). The joints are caulked together with a urethane sealant, made by Sika, specifically manufactured for our walls. The walls are sealed to
Steps To Installing Precast Concrete Foundation Walls 1. The lot is prepared. In Manitoba this means pouring concrete piles or footings. (In this video we use concrete footings) 2. The precast walls are delivered to the site. 3. A crane is used to lift and set the walls in
When it comes to providing moisture-free and energy-efficient living space for the home, precast concrete foundations are your answer. Designs vary from thin-shell precast concrete with a partially embedded metal frame to panels with sandwich insulation and concrete headed, footers, and studs. Panels are available
Building your dream home? While it may not be the first thing you think of, a solid foundation is the first step in building any new home. The quality of your foundation is vital but what you may not know is the choices you have. (Note: Don’t let the excitement of
Mel Zimmerman, the founder of Superior Walls, was a builder by trade. He was well acquainted with the problems associated with poured concrete foundations which included: water pooling around footings moisture penetrating walls concrete not curing completely